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Sponsored Thrift Stores, Secondhand Vintage and Consignment Shop Listings in Zip Code 19977 Smyrna, DE
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I shop ALOT of GWs and thrift stores all over the country. The Easton MD GW is my home-town store and, while I look around it frequently, I rarely buy anything. The prices are almost twice as high as other GW stores (even Annapolis!). My main complaint is that the employees will shoot hang tags through the garment in such a way that leaves rips and holes. Most thrift stores shoot price tags through the inside garment tags, but not the Easton GW. They'll shoot a tag right through the front of leather jackets and brand new garments. Most of my friends are savvy yo this too so I know the Easton GW loses alot of business due to ruining clothing. (Read More)
All Thrift Stores, Secondhand Vintage and Consignment Shop Listings for in Zip Code 19977 Smyrna, DE
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I love Salvation Army Thrift Store! Everything was organized very clearly! I only have a few gripes with this store. For one, there is only ONE dressing room. Yes...ONE! So either be prepared to wait or to be hurried! Two, the electronic station was very very very messy. It was hard to get by! There was junk all over the floor! Last gripe (I swear), there were racks of clothes in between the aisles; making it difficult to view things behind it. Other than those few little things, shopping here was a great experience! The people were super friendly and polite. I will be returning! (Read More)
I visit this Goodwill location a couple times a week and can usually find clothing and housewares I like. However, I have a HUGE problem with the way they've been specially pricing the books due to shoppers coming in with scanners and re-selling the books for profit. It's not fair for those customers to take all the books away from those who might read for themselves, but it's even more unfair for a store to try to regulate what customers do with items after purchasing them. I used to buy bags full of books, but now all the good books are priced up to several dollars each! (Read More)